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Photos: Japan's Mount Ontake volcano erupts on.natgeo.com/1DY0lXX
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How can we keep poachers out of the newly expanded marine reserve in Pacific? on.natgeo.com/1tfllRv
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In the Arctic, it's all about meat: on.natgeo.com/1DXEe3K
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Moulton barn on Mormon Row was framed by a great double rainbow as rains swept through Jackson Hole this afternoon. The barn is one of two built by the Moulton brothers which are iconic landmarks of Wyoming. I’m in Jackson Hole teaching at the Photography at the Summit photography workshop. @summi
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Ocean health gets "D" in new global report card: on.natgeo.com/1teKWtN
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Watch: Fisherman rescues drowning eagle on.natgeo.com/1teAUc5
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Blue ghost fireflies hover over a forest floor: on.natgeo.com/1DWDg7W pic.twitter.com/F0BqBd3iNk
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@marcusbleasdale autumn shows signs of arriving this morning at dawn. I'm finding it hard to concentrate on more important matters when the view is so incredible. #Oslo
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While reviewing images from ’The Curious History of Feathers’ from the Feb 2011 issue of @natgeo , I keep coming across some incredible variations on plumes. This is the feather of a #SuperbLyrebird (Menura Superba), an extravagant bird from the #Passeriform order found in the forests of Australia.
Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey) of a boy and his horse in the village of #Ushguli, #Svanetia (Georgian Republic). This image is from some of my first film and my first camera (1998/99). You can see more of this photo story, the first of my life, and the one that shaped my photo career, in a gre
Tiny animals can move mountains of seawater: on.natgeo.com/1te83Vh
Muted colors of Autumn in Jackson Hole. I’m in Jackson Hole teaching at the Photography at the Summit photography workshop. @summitworkshops @JimRichardsonNG @natgeo @natgeocreative @natgeotravel #wyoming #photography #iphone6
The big problem with mini-pigs: on.natgeo.com/1DVWhYm
Photo by @tyronefoto (Tyrone Turner), Canal Street #latergram #portrait on a sunny day at the edge of the New Orleans Fench Quarter. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety
Photos: Toxic fumes and ash erupt from Japan's Mount Ontake on.natgeo.com/1DVs0Ja
Peruvian ecologist vows "you fight until you fall dead:" on.natgeo.com/1DVeyVr
Does Pluto qualify as a planet? Astronomers debate: on.natgeo.com/1DTPTRh
How did remote islands, now home to the world's largest marine reserve, come into U.S. possession? on.natgeo.com/1DTIEsH
Photo @ladzinski / The #Mississippi River is among the great rivers of the world ranking as the 4th longest and tenth largest on the planet. It's a beautiful sight, bustling with cargo, fishing, tourism, and boats of many shape and size. Seen here on a quite evening on old brick shores at sunset in
Why are so many of the stars we see single or double stars? on.natgeo.com/1tcRusU
This week: Spot a cosmic swan, the "king of asteroids," and more on.natgeo.com/1DTeCoH
Human-caused climate change worsened heat waves in 2013: on.natgeo.com/1DT41Kz
Photograph by @JohnStanmeyer — After nearly a month on assignment for @NatGeo in Turkey, back on the farm to witness the colors of #fall combined with the most spectacular #sunset just now in the #Berkshires of #WesternMA #NewEngland - #3 on why I'm thankful and inspired to live in the Berkshire. #i
Pompeii was an ancient Roman town-city near Naple, Italy. The city is known best for the extensive destruction that occurred in 70 AD as a result of eruption from the massive Vesuvius that looms over the countryside. At the time the population of the town-city was about 11,000 people, most of whom w
Who will win their dream expedition? Vote now: on.natgeo.com/1DSSECl
Urban environments are a refuge for bees: on.natgeo.com/1DSGA47
A seat to share above a bend in the Yellowstone River near Emigrant, Montana. On assignment for @natgeo @natgeoparks @natgeocreative in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. iPhone photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder
Photo @coryrichards Imposing clouds above Indian Creek UT as @highsteph (Steph Davis) climbs the immaculate sandstone of Cyborg. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative @3stringsproductions @prana @clifbarcompany
"Before me is an orca ballet, a feeding behavior that few people have witnessed." on.natgeo.com/1DSu2cZ
We're eating better, but our diet is still unsustainable: on.natgeo.com/1DSeJ3O #FutureofFood
Could a video game by the key to stroke recovery? on.natgeo.com/1tbPbX9
Peccaries love to wallow in mud: on.natgeo.com/1tbGaNG
Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). One of my favorite photos from my assignment in #Svaneti: surrounded by 13th century defensive towers and Illuminated by birch torches, villagers in Mulakhi pour alcohol on the graves of relatives in a midwinter commemoration called #Lamproba. Predating the arr
How Burmese elephants helped defeat the Japanese in World War II: on.natgeo.com/1tbzgIp
Scouting locations high and low for next years big tree shoot—part of National Geographic magazine's special coverage celebrating the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. Video by @kengeiger, shot with the new @GoPro #Hero4 silver edition—awesome camera, now with a built in touch screen d
Photos: Japan's Mount Ontake volcano erupts on.natgeo.com/1tbrnT6
Sometimes you get up early, and everything comes together, like this sunrise in the Green Mountains of #Vermont at peak color. I wish it was always this way! Photo by George Steinmetz (for more go to @geosteinmetz) @thephotosociety @natgeocreative
Photos from the archives: A century of reading around the world on.natgeo.com/1tbcIr3
@paulnicklen on assignment for @natgeo 60 miles off the West coast of Vancouver Island where warm water currents from across the Pacific collide with the cold, nutrient rich water of British Columbia. With @cristinamittermeier and @sea_legacy. A blue shark slices effortlessly through the crystal c
China's "super cave" is world's largest cavern: on.natgeo.com/1tb3ueB
Photo // @jimmy_chin The Dawn Wall on El Capitan has thwarted numerous free climbing attempts over the years. @tommycaldwell and @kjoregson have spearheaded much of the effort, blood, sweat and tears on this giant nemesis of a route. One day it will go free.....Until then, Tommy and Kevin have thei
It's not to late: Vote for your favorite Expedition Granted project now! on.natgeo.com/1taUmXc
Lions thrive during Kenya's dry season: on.natgeo.com/1DQvuMM
Photos: Urban Vikings take to the street on.natgeo.com/1DQ0LiY
Would you take a one-way trip to Mars? on.natgeo.com/1tadqoA
Watch: Tiny, robotic bees could change the world on.natgeo.com/1DPynh9